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Registered Charity SC005766

In 2014 we supported.....

At our AGM we agreed to donate over £2,000 this year to the following worthy applicants:  

• £100 to Fèis Ghallaibh, to assist with travel costs for young people in Melvich, Bettyhill and Skerray attending traditional music workshops.)

• £270 to Dornoch Allsorts After School Club, toward their annual Woodland Quest for children, part of their ‘Puddle Jumpers’ summer programme. The event, for children aged four to twelve is a real life outdoor adventure with monsters, baddies, stricken maidens and woodland escape.

•£260 to Scourie Community Development Company Ltd, towards the purchase of a bench for the Sports Pavilion.

•£260 to North Coast Connection, to assist with the purchase of equipment for the Kyle Centre in Tongue.  

•£300 to Lucie Treacher, to fund costumes for opera production The Fisherman’s Brides.  This young composer, based in Dornoch, premiered her latest production at the Tête à Tête Opera Festival in London this July.

•£260 to Fèis Chataibh, to assist in the continued success of the ever-popular Fèis in Golspie.

•£300 to Fèis an Iar Thuath to help fund participation fees for youth participants in Scourie.

•£150 to Strathnaver Museum towards the cost of a site marker and interpretive panel at Babinloskin, a significant place in the history and interpretation of the Highland Clearances.

•£100 for the Ross and Sutherland District Explorer Scout Botswana Expedition 2015. This money will go towards participation fees for a young female leader from the Brora Scout Group. This expedition will see Scouts participating with local communities in building a vital new water pump station, and establishing a Scout group in Botswana’s second-largest city of Francistown.